Unit 1, Victoria House

London, WC1B 4DA

Iconic Midtown Location

Property Type E (Commercial, Business and Service) Retail D1 (Non Residential Institutions) D1 (Non Residential Institutions)
Availability To Let
Size 4383 sqft
Energy Performance Rating N/A


LOCATION

The property is located on an island site along the East side of Bloomsbury Square and along Southampton Row. The building is located less than 5 minutes walking distance to Holborn Underground Station (Central & Piccadilly lines). There are number of boutique cafes & restaurants serving the area as well as a number of major high street restaurants and retailers along High Holborn.

KEY POINTS

  • Class E use
  • Iconic location
  • Return frontage on to Vernon Place
  • Excellent natural light
  • Period property
  • High ceilings
Victoria House is a Grade II listed building designed by Charles William Long on Bloomsbury Square, London WC1. Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society commissioned the property in the 1920s and occupied the site for many decades. The property was extensively remodelled in 2003 to create a retail, office and leisure space, including an original art deco ballroom and is currently undergoing further refurbishment. The available accommodation comprises a former banking unit located on the corner of Southampton Row and Vernon Place. Planned over ground and lower ground floors the property benefits from a ceiling height of almost 6m at ground floor level and is ideally suitable for a range of occupiers.
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Viewing & Further Information

For further information, or if you would like to arrange a viewing, please contact our agents:

Vivek Krishnan

020 7478 9114

CONTACT AGENT


Richard Violet

0207 478 9111

CONTACT AGENT


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